Have a junior gardener in the family? We’ve create a very special collection of free family-friendly children’s garden journal printables especially for you! It’s a mix-and-match set of garden colouring, information, and activity sheets for the young and the young at heart. There are no children at our house, but I must confess that I do enjoy colouring. I may need to play with a few of these myself!
Mix-and-Match Children's Garden Journal Pages
There are a variety of options for you to mix-and-match and I have kept things flexible as many of our readers are in the opposite hemisphere. The collection includes:
- Cover / Title Page
- Monthly Garden Journal Page (One Per Month)
- Seasonal Garden Journal Page (Including option of “Fall” or “Autumn”)
- Seedling Sprouting Draw / Record Activity Sheet
- Cutting Rooting Draw / Record Activity Sheet
- Edible Plant Information Draw / Record Activity Sheet
- General Use Blank / Drawing Page (Two Formats)
- General Use Garden Journal Lined Page
- Garden Insects Draw / Record Activity Sheet
- Garden Animals Draw / Record Activity Sheet
- Garden Birds Draw / Record Activity Sheet
- Seasonal Garden Draw / Record Activity Sheet
- Bee Draw / Record Activity Sheet
We also have a collection of free mix-and-match Garden Journal Printables for anyone searching for “grown up” garden journal freebies.
These printables are free for your personal use as a little present from us to you. It’s absolutely not required, but it would be awesome and greatly appreciated if joined us social media, if you’re not already following the fun. We welcome social media shares and linking, but please link to this post, not the download direct. Thanks!
Access and Download the Free Garden Journal Files
Note: These printables have been uploaded for sharing via Dropbox as a consolidated PDF file, with a separate file for each colour scheme. Click the link(s) above to view and download. They are A4 (our local paper default), so simply fit to page if you are using a different size, such as standard letter. Only print what you want to use and remember to recycle when you’re finished, unless you are keeping them for garden archives, of course.